BANK CREATES `MEET AND EAT' VENUE: Foodcourt opens in staff facility
- Making the most of information. // U.S. Banker;Sep96, Vol. 106 Issue 9, p34
Features finance company Capital One Financial Corp. Comparison of Capital One Corp.'s 1996 second-quarter earnings with other card companies; Comments by Capital One Corp.'s chief executive officer on his company's sales performance and product lines; Capital One Corp.'s expansion plans.
- Capital One unit sees project complete by fall. // American Banker;11/13/1995, Vol. 160 Issue 219, p17
Reports on the slated completion of Capital One Financial Corp. subsidiary, Capital One Bank's operations building in Richmond, Virginia by September 1996.
- Capital 1 of Va. adopts takeover defense plan. Piskora, Beth // American Banker;12/5/1995, Vol. 160 Issue 233, p26
Reports on Capital One Financial Corp.'s adoption of a shareholder rights plan as a takeover defense. Granting of existing shareholders one right for each of their outstanding shares; Plan to guard against partial or inadequate tender offers; Company's right to redeem rights at any time before...
- Va.'s Capital 1 prices Master Trust securities. // American Banker;12/14/1995, Vol. 160 Issue 240, p22
Reports that Capital One Bank announces it has priced a $750 million issue of floating rate asset-backed securities from its Capital One Master Trust.
- Capital One plans Florida call center. Block, Velerie; Meece, Mickey // American Banker;6/16/1995, Vol. 160 Issue 115, p13
Reports that Capital One Financial Corp.'s principal subsidiary Capital One Bank plans a customer service call center in the Tampa, Fla. area.
- Capital One says it's riding at tech revolution. Bloom, Jennifer Kingson // American Banker;9/9/1998, Vol. 163 Issue 172, p6A
Presents information on the performance of Capital One Financial Corp., in the credit card industry. Reference to Richard Fairbank and Nigel Morris, founders of Credit One; Performance of the company in the stock market; Background information on Fairbank and Morris.
- Card issuer Capital One sets up thrift to widen scope. Cline, Kenneth // American Banker;7/8/1996, Vol. 161 Issue 128, p1
Reports that credit card issuer Capital One Financial Corp. has established a thrift subsidiary. Capital One's financial data; Types of products the thrift can offer; Spinoff from Signet Banking Corp.; Use of information-based strategies to market consumer loan products.
- Capital One's way to survive mail pile: Put offer on missing-children postcards. Fickenscher, Lisa // American Banker;8/9/1996, Vol. 161 Issue 152, p11
Reports on Capital One Financial Corp.'s innovative credit card solicitation. Utilization of postcards featuring photographs of missing children; Benefits of the practice; Mail advertising strategies of other banks.
- Capital One Financial enters deposit business, buying Penney portfolio. Pickenscher, Lisa // American Banker;6/19/1997, Vol. 162 Issue 117, p14
Reports on the entry into consumer deposit business of Capital One Financial Corp. Acquisition of portfolio from J.C. Penney National Bank; Diversification from monoline credit card service; Provision of variety of consumer banking products to costumers; Effects on banks and banking industry;...